Improve your RTX 4090’s thermals by playing in a -53°C snowdrift

What’s the best way to improve your gaming PC’s core temperature? I dunno, take it out in a blizzard? Chinese content creator 苏打baka (opens in new tab) (the name apparently translates to ‘sparkling idiot’, for the non-weebs) is aiming to prove you don’t need LN2 to get your high-end CPU to sub-zero temps. Traipsing through the Northern snow drifts of China’s Mohe city, temperatures hit a record-low of -53°C which has made for some ice-cold PC gaming thermals.

Rather than bundling up inside with a nice cup of tea, 苏打baka decided to use the sub zero temperatures to their advantage, taking an Intel Core i9 13900K (opens in new tab) and Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 (opens in new tab) combo gaming PC into the snow for a quick session (via WCCFTech (opens in new tab)).

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